EEG Feedback in a psychiatric practice. Adjunct to reduced medication. Theory overview. Case examples.
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Neurofeedback efficacy is established. Mechanism of Action is complex and not well understood.
Four topics for today’s post, links to two videos, report of ground breaking research on neuroplasticity and EEG biofeedback, and a note on the limits of ADHD stimulant medication. The sources are far-flung, but they have in common support for the widely misunderstood value of Neurofeedback. First, I am posting a link to a video […]
The American Psychiatric Association has called attention to two very recently published articles that extend the growing literature on the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. One article, to be published in the prestigious journal Neurology (presently on-line), is a well-controlled comparison of various nutritional supplements as protection against the accumulation of dementia-associated complex proteins. Another, […]
ADHD is an invisible disability that is largely non-psychiatric–though it has life-long psychological sequellae for those who grow up with it. As I noted in a blog entry November 21, 2010, evidence is growing that genetic factors are strongly involved in the complex syndrome we nowadays call Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Many genetic factors […]
Below I have posted a round up of stories on the recent news from WHO on the increased risk of gliomas tied to heavy cell phone use. This issue is obviously still completely unsettled. As I have written before, I have no doubt about the effect of low energy electro-magnetic (E-M) radiation on the human […]